This is a great question! Every student and their goals are different. Some students needs “deep” teaching supplementation of a subject.
As an example, for various reasons, a student is not performing well in the classroom. The student often needs to learn study habits, how to listen in class and other learning and research techniques.
Other students need help prepping for tests. Some students simply need help with homework. Ultimately, it is my goal to instill, develop and improve not only subject matter improvement, but study skill improvements, buttressing students’ self-confidence ultimately to enable the students to operate and learn independently. First and foremost, it all starts with the relationship — not just with students, but with parents as well.